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AHOM.                                                                    129
kunt ? still, quiet, in jin-hui (III, 5).
kup, a layer, III, 8,
lai (Kh. and Sh. the same), all; many, III, 17; uses! as a doublet of tony in
tang-loit all, L i, SI, 48, 31, Ici-chati, manifold, III, 3,
Idk3 in to-lak} nevertheless,
Idk (Sh, the same), to tteal; to baupai-ka lak. I did not go to steal, II, 1; so,
II, 17.
Idk9 to transferal. III, 7, 15.
Id-ling (Kh. and Sli. #/#), a monkey (H.).
Idng (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese Udng), the back, 43; 5 7<z/7 mant on MB
back, 227 ; kd-ltiny, behind, 91; ka-ldng law ban mi nam-m} alter not manj
days, Is 4; Mi-Ung ldn-tukt on back, i.e, after sunset, II, 7 ; Ja0 maw,
after you, 230; poi lun-ldng, again after-back, and, thereupon, then, I, 10.
Idng (Kh, and Sh the saiae)} the jack-fruit tree.   See mdk.
lang, power, in a-ldng, wide power, God, 60.
lap (Kh. and Sh. the same), to hide, conceal; Infinifclre of purpose, lap, to Mde,
II, 16.
Idt (Kh. and Sh, the same), to say; Idt khdm, said word, said, I, 2 ; Idt khdm, say
word, statement, II, 15; Idt-khdm-lau, say word speak, see !a% 1,18, 42.
Idt (Kh. and Sh. the same), short (H.).
lau (Sh. the same), a statement, II, 2; to address a person, say (usually to a
superior) ; Past, kMm lau-ka, said words (to the police), H, 16; lat-kham-
lau (governed by tl in the preceding clause), will say word speak, will say,
1,18; lat-Khdmrlaw (written le), said, I, 42 ; khdm-ma~lau3 word come say, a
mere pleonasm for JcMm, word, I, 44.
lau (Sh. the same), spirituous liquor, I, 6.
laut in mS-lou-kin, ever, at any time. The separate members of the compound are
said to have no meaning.
le, in I, 42, incorrect for Ian.
Uk (Kh., Sh. and Siamese lek), iron, 44.
lik, in khd'lik, a male paid servants I, 16 21, 36. Kha-nilng is a female paid
servant5, khd meaning * slave*. In Sh. a servant or slave is kha, of which
khdl-laiB a synonym; la in Sh. also means sa servant \ and la-ltik, the
subjects of a prince. Rung is certainly a female suffix, && hence Uk is prob-
ably a male one, Cf. Kh. Idk-kha, child.
Uky to tend, take care of; Imperat, tik> 1,12; pd-lik, graze-tend, a shepherd, 59.
lik-khd (Kh. ldk-khd)t a child, 54, 239.
Urn (pronounced lem) (Kh. and Sh, the same) an arrow (H.).
lin (pronounced len) (Kh. the same), to run, 85.
lin (so Kh., Sh, and Siamese), the tongue, 41.
ling (pronounced leng) (Kh. and Sh. the same), light, not dark (H.).
ling, cattle; Ace. pi., kliau ling, 229 j in compound with khrdng9 ling means
' cattle and small propeity' and the whole compound kbrdng-ling means
* property' (Sh. kMng-ling). See khrdng,
lip (Sh. the same; Kh, mp), raw, unripe (H.)